The first option is a taxi bike, only relevant outside Yangon. It’s a tri-bike that mostly assembles an ordinary old-school mens bike without gears fitted with a sidecar. The . . . → Read More: Bikes

Motor bike taxi

You’ll find them everywhere. The bike is typical fitted with a 75-150 ccm and in scooter design. If you are Burmese you would probably think such a device can . . . → Read More: Motor bike taxi


The taxi is a good idea when you are going around in a city, at least it will protect you from the traffic and weary feats, save you time . . . → Read More: Taxis


I have not tried local buses as all signs, route plans and guidance I found is in Burmese. Intercity transportation can be done via the wide spread and rather . . . → Read More: Buses


Railroads in Myanmar is operated by the government, so if you travel by train you’ll support the government financial – but that might not be so big a problem . . . → Read More: Trains


If you don’t want to rattle and bumping along the roads or railroads of Myanmar, despite it rather low fare charge, you can choose between a number of airlines . . . → Read More: Planes


As the roads of Myanmar in most areas are rather poor or non-existing transport goes on the rivers where possible.

The boats sailing on the rivers span from . . . → Read More: Boats

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